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  • gm
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    Originally posted by unclezadok
    Originally posted by doug091463
    Originally posted by bad hammy
    Same school as recent wHJ HS record-tying Toni Young.
    also the school of the smith amateur wrestling family john, lee roy, pat and mark.
    Yes, John needed no wind assistance to get 6 gold medals.
    Maybe wind was his secret weapon :lol:

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  • unclezadok
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    Originally posted by doug091463
    Originally posted by bad hammy
    Same school as recent wHJ HS record-tying Toni Young.
    also the school of the smith amateur wrestling family john, lee roy, pat and mark.
    Yes, John needed no wind assistance to get 6 gold medals.

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  • richxx87
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    Interesting that dyestat took the two OK kids off their top-100 list and, even in the bio file linked in the original post, there is now no mention of this past weekend's regionals, in which they supposedly both ran 10.1x

    However, they do still have 3 guys from Texas, all competing at the same early-season meet, all with fabulous times, and all NWI. Goodwin certainly has some credentials, but it would sure be nice if these track meets could use the proper equipment.

    B-100
    Event Rank Mark By Meet
    B-100 1 10.22 Frazier, Markquis (2009) ( Lancaster, TX) Lancaster Meet of Champions, 2009-03-14 NWI
    B-100 2 10.27 Goodwin, Marquise (2009) ( Rowlett, TX) Lancaster Meet of Champions, 2009-03-14 NWI
    B-100 3 10.29 Dawson, Skye (2009) ( Dallas Christian, TX) Lancaster Meet of Champions, 2009-03-14 NWI

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  • Marlow
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    Originally posted by Barto
    You don't need a wind gauge to know that James Trapp, Jason Rouser, and David Oaks could run.
    Yeah, but ya does need one to know HOW fast, which is where track purists are coming from. Virtually no HSs (at least that I know of) make any distinction between wind-aided and legal times or jumps. it remains 'irrelevant' to 95% of track programs nation-wide. :roll:

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  • Barto
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    Wind gauges in central or western Oklahoma are a complete waste of money. There are not 10 days a year with less than 5mps winds. It is just a fact of life there that all performances are going to be wind aided.

    It doesn't mean the kids are not fast. You don't need a wind gauge to know that James Trapp, Jason Rouser, and David Oaks could run.

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  • Marlow
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    Originally posted by unclezadok
    NWI is kind of like giving a baseball score without saying who the teams are.
    sportscaster Biff Burns (aka George Carlin): "Here is a partial score: Pittsburgh, 4."

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  • doug091463
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    Originally posted by bad hammy
    Same school as recent wHJ HS record-tying Toni Young.
    also the school of the smith amateur wrestling family john, lee roy, pat and mark.

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  • unclezadok
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    NWI is kind of like giving a baseball score without saying who the teams are.

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  • Marlow
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    HS times - ya gotta love 'em! :P

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  • guruof track
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    I can never understand why you even bother using electonic timing if you neglect a wind indicator.

    Even buying a used system isnt significantly more when buying a wind indicator.

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  • bad hammy
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    NWI - Not Worth Crap (poetic license in use)

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  • richxx87
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    Another OK schoolboy ran 10.16 at a different regional on the same day! Also NWI, but has somewhat better credentials with what appears to be a legal FAT 10.58 at last year's state meet.

    Athlete Name: David Gordon
    School Name: East Central, OK
    Class: 2009

    2009 Outdoor
    Date Event Performance Notes Meet
    2009-05-09 B-100 10.16 #1 DS#2 NWI Skiatook Regional 6A
    2009-04-18 B-100 10.52 #1 w(3.2) John McDonnell Invitational
    2009-04-18 B-100 10.52 #1 w(3.2) McDonnell Invite
    2009-04-11 B-100 10.63 #1 w(2.1) John Jacobs Invite
    2009-04-18 B-200 21.36 #1 w(5.2) John McDonnell Invitational
    2009-04-18 B-200 21.36 #1 w(5.2) McDonnell Invite
    2009-04-11 B-200 21.60 #2 DS#62 w(-1.3) John Jacobs Invite

    2008 Outdoor
    Date Event Performance Notes Meet
    2008-05-10 B-100 10.58 #1 DS#81 w(1.4) OK State 5A OUT
    2008-04-12 B-100 10.63 #1 w(0) Jacobs-D2 OUT
    2008-05-10 B-200 21.22 #1 DS#36 w(1.9) OK State 5A OUT
    2008-04-12 B-200 21.29 #1 w(0) Jacobs-D2 OUT

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  • gh
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    More on Oklahoma:

    <<....Very little in Oklahoma is FAT timed. Some meets in Norman, sometimes a few in Ardmore, and things like the State meet in Tulsa. One year at the State meet they turned a race around to run with the wind, but
    forgot to move the FAT camera. So we have a picture of the sprint
    start with the camera at the start line and timed the race by hand.....>>

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  • gh
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    Jack Shepard says the best auto time he can find on Robertson is an nwi 10.62.

    And Del City has no 4x1 of note.

    He guesses those are hand times.

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  • richxx87
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    aha...
    According to WeatherUnderground.com, there were gusts up to 11 meters per second much of the day on May 9.

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